Collection Ames Gallery Berkeley, CA
The architectural renderings of Achilles G. Rizzoli (1896 - 1981) reveal the secret obsession of the artist, who worked as a draftsman during the day and spent his evenings and weekends toiling at what he considered a divinely inspired project: the representation of a new world.
A.G.Rizzoli: Architect of Magnificent Visions is organized and circulated by the San Diego Museum of Art. The national tour is made possible by a generous gift from Robert P. and Courtney Snowden. Additional support is provided by Drew and Arthur Gensler.